Do You Worry Too Much About Your Health?
It can sometimes be tricky to determine whether you are focusing enough on your health. Are you obsessing about it? Or are you neglecting an important symptom? What’s the happy medium?[Read more…]
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Research and health psychologist in New York City, and director of the Manhattan Center for Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy.
“Teenagers, who are still developing their identities, are especially prone to take psychological labels to heart,” writes the psychologist @darbysaxbe. “Instead of ‘I am nervous about X,’ a teenager might say, ‘I can’t do X because I have anxiety.’”
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